Amatrol

  • Advanced Manufacturing Electrical Training Equipment
    Features a number of industrial machines, including an AC multi-purpose single phase motor, a split phase motor, a DC motor/generator, and a 3-phase induction motor.

    Amatrol’s Basic Electrical Machines Learning System (85-MT2) teaches electric machines commonly found in industrial, commercial, and residential applications: single phase AC motors, three-phase AC electric motors, and DC electric motors. Learners practice industry-relevant skills including operation, installation, analyzing performance, and selecting electric machines for various applications.

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  • Electrical Training Systems
    Amatrol’s Basic Electrical Machines Learning System (85-MT2) teaches electric machines commonly found in industrial, commercial, and residential applications: single phase AC motors, three-phase AC electric motors, and DC electric motors. Learners practice industry-relevant skills including operation, installation, analyzing performance, and selecting electric machines for various applications.
    Item Number:
    85-MT2

    The 85-MT2 features a stunning depth and breadth of electrical machine topics within Amatrol’s world-class curriculum. This curriculum marries machine theory with hands-on, real world skill building so that learners can directly apply this knowledge to the operation and installation of electrical motors. Learners will begin by studying electrical motor basics and safety, then move on to more advanced applications such as performance analysis, torque and speed measurement, and motor configurations.

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  • Pumps Learning System (950-PM1)
    This system uses industrial quality components to help train students become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job.
    Item Number:
    950-PM1

    The model 950-PM1 Pumps Learning System teaches skills related to centrifugal pumps, which are used in almost every industry to transfer non-hydraulic fluids of various types from one place to another. Students learn a comprehensive set of industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, maintain, troubleshoot, analyze performance, and select centrifugal pumps as well as system design.

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  • Amatrol Advanced Manufacturing Learning Systems
    Includes a bench top-mount control workstation, motor workstation, AC induction motor, control component panels, multimeter, lead set, and student curriculum that is unmatched within the industry

    Amatrol’s Electric Motor Control Learning System (85-MT5) covers electric relay control of AC electric motors found in industrial, commercial, and residential applications. Learners study industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot AC electric motor control circuits for various applications.

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  • Electric Relay Control Unit (90-EC1A)
    Interpret, design, and operate relay control circuits using ladder diagrams

    The Applied Electrical Control Learning System (90-EC1-A) teaches learners how to interpret, design, and operate relay control circuits using ladder diagrams. Electrical control is vital in the operation of electric and fluid power actuators and also forms the fundamental building block of automation systems like programmable logic controllers (PLCs), which are programmed using the electrical control schematic method, the ladder diagram.

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  • FANUC Robot Integration Package (25098)
    Use a FANUC industrial robot with Amatrol’s 870-series mechatronics stations

    The FANUC Robot Integration Package (25098) allows customers to use a FANUC industrial robot with Amatrol’s 870-series mechatronics stations. This package contains a module enclosure that includes PLC and FANUC interface cables along with a customized program to integrate a customer-supplied FANUC robot with the mechatronics system. Additional features include customized gripper tooling and a safety guard assembly to protect learners.

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  • Amatrol Level 2 Electronic Drives – CNC Troubleshooting
    Teach Fanuc model 21i CNC control systems with Amatrol's Level 2 Electronic Drives - CNC Troubleshooting Learning System.

    The model 85-MT10-Ai CNC Troubleshooting Learning System teaches Fanuc model 21i CNC control systems, which are used to provide accurate control of axis movement of CNC machine tools, robots, and specialized automation equipment. Students will learn industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, tune, program, and troubleshoot the Fanuc model 21i CNC control system.

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  • Mechanical Drives 1 Learning System (950-ME1)
    The mobile workstation is constructed of heavy-duty welded steel and provides a precision-machined, thick work surface made of tooling plate material to enable students to perform precise shaft alignments

    The model 950-ME1 Mechanical Drives 1 Learning System teaches fundamentals of mechanical transmission systems used in industrial, agricultural, and mobile applications. Students will learn industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, analyze performance, and design basic mechanical transmission systems using chains, v-belts, spur gears, bearings, and couplings.

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  • Amatrol Provides On-Line Learning for MSSC Production Technician Certification

    Amatrol supplies interactive, on-line learning to MSSC for use in their Production Technician Certification training. Both Amatrol and MSSC have long recognized the ever growing demand for technically skilled workers.

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  • NIMS Industrial Technology Maintenance (ITM)
    The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) has endorsed Amatrol’s eLearning as the preferred curricula for its Industrial Technology Maintenance (ITM) credentials.

    NIMS is widely recognized for the qualified employees produced through their certification programs and Amatrol is the world’s leader in skills-based interactive technical learning. Amatrol’s hands-on, skills-focused interactive technical training include an on-the-job training guide to aid businesses in accommodating NIMS’ credentials to real world training experiences. These credentials were created to fill the growing number of unfilled jobs in industrial maintenance with individuals having proven skill sets.

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